Matt Badiali Predicts Major Disruption to Oil Industry

Today, Matt Badiali is a Senior Editor at Banyan Hill Publishing, and the gifted mind behind the advisory service, Real Wealth Insider, but he began his career in a much different field. After garnering his Bachelor of Science degree in earth science and his Master of Science degree from Penn State University and Florida Atlantic University respectively, Matt Badiali embarked on a very successful career as a geologist, working for a reputable drilling company. In 2004, while pursuing his Doctor of Philosophy, he was asked by a friend to help him create a new method for investing that would suit the average investor. He quickly joined his friend in the endeavor, realizing that his formal training in geology, had given him a unique skill set, that when combined with his knowledge of finance, would be extremely useful when giving investment advice regarding metals, energy, and natural resources. Since then, Mr. Badiali has been extremely dedicated to his craft, helping clients to regularly accrue double-digit, as well as triple-digit returns. Throughout his career, he has consistently taken a hands-on approach to investments, choosing to investigate prospective investments personally, which has allowed him to travel around the world, visiting countries such as Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Haiti, Turkey, and Iraq. Over the last decade, he has built a significant portfolio by combining his geological skills with up-to-the-minute investment strategies, joining in Banyan Hill Publishing in 2017. More info about Matt Badiali at

When working on his newsletter, it is important that Mr. Badiali bring his ideas to life, actively engaging his audience, so in order to do so, he makes a habit of visualizing the process as a journey in which his readers accompany him. His various travels have allowed him to draw upon experience, which, in his opinion, makes his topics more relatable due to their realness. Being that watching the upcoming trends regarding commodities is one of the most important aspects of his job, he has recently become increasingly excited about the prospects associated with an electric-centric climate. In his estimation, this will cause a major disruption to the oil and gas industry, albeit, not for quite a while, due to the fact that we have not yet discovered a municipal scale battery. Matt Badiali believes that the change will be so significant in fact, that it will likely compare to the changes felt by the global economy during the switch from whale oil to kerosene.